10 Popular Posts on Economic Topics in 2021

What did people most want to know about the economy in 2021?

Inflation and COVID-19’s effects on the economy were top of mind, judging by the popularity of posts on those topics in our On the Economy blog, which offers frequent commentary, analysis and data from our economists and other St. Louis Fed experts. But examinations of longer-run trends, such as employment growth over 20 years, also attracted attention.

For readers of our Open Vault blog, which explains everyday economics and the Fed, the nuts and bolts of topical subjects like central bank digital currency and Fed “tapering” struck a chord, as did a post about the economic concept of externalities, explained with canine and pandemic examples. 

Here’s a look at a few of the posts that were among the favorites published from January through Nov. 30.

Inflation Trends

How covid-19 may be affecting inflation.

The changing of U.S. consumer spending patterns during the pandemic may have affected the measurement of inflation, according to an On the Economy post published in February. The Bureau of Labor Statistics gathers information about prices in the U.S., weights the prices and aggregates them for the consumer price index, or CPI. Inflation is measured as the CPI’s rate of growth over a certain period.

But what happens if a certain category of goods or services becomes a bigger, or smaller, part of consumer spending? Based on spending habits in prior years, the official weights might not be the “true” weights in 2020, when social distancing led to more eating at home and less spending in restaurants.

What Are Risks for Future Inflation?

As U.S. inflation surged in 2021, an October On the Economy post identified some upside and downside risks for future inflation. A follow-up post examined whether higher inflation could “be attributed to a small group of goods and services or whether it is a more generalized event.” Looking at the overall price change over the period of the pandemic, “the role of outliers is greatly diminished, revealing that higher inflation is perhaps a broader phenomenon,” the post said.

Economic and Monetary Policy Explainers

Externalities: it’s what pandemics, pollution and puppies have in common.

Externalities are costs and benefits that impact or spill over to someone other than the producer or the consumer of a good or a service. As a June Open Vault post explained, that applies to everything from pandemics to puppies. In a pandemic, a lack of social distancing by one person creates an externality that is negative: a higher risk of infection for everyone. Puppies that only bark at strangers, meanwhile, could provide a positive externality for neighbors as a warning system.

A June Open Vault blog post highlighted the Economic Lowdown series video “Externalities.” What makes pollution a negative externality is explained in this clip.

Here’s What the Fed Means by Tapering

As anticipation built this fall for a Federal Open Market Committee decision to “taper,” so did curiosity about what tapering is. An Open Vault post answered that question: The Fed can turn to large-scale asset purchases when economic conditions warrant, and tapering means reducing the pace of those purchases. The post, published a week after the Nov. 3 announcement of the FOMC’s decision to start tapering, also explained how tapering works.

What Is the Federal Open Market Committee?

Readers curious about what tapering is could have learned earlier in the year about the committee that makes that and other monetary policy decisions. As a February Open Vault post explained, the FOMC is the main monetary policymaking body of the Federal Reserve and is comprised of leaders from around the Federal Reserve System.

People and Places

Older workers accounted for all net employment growth in past 20 years.

Before there was the “Great Resignation,” there was an employment increase: A February On the Economy post said that a rise in employment of people age 60 and older was responsible for U.S. employment growth of 11.8 million from December 2000 to December 2020. (See chart.) Among those workers, the increase in employment is attributed to the group’s population growth and increased employment-to-population ratio.

Cumulative Net Change in the Number of Employed People since December 2000

Line chart from December 2000 to December 2020 shows employment rising more for people age 60 and older than for those under 60.

House Prices Surpass Housing-Bubble Peak on One Key Measure of Value

The steady increase of a house price-to-rent ratio “would imply increasing overvaluation” of houses, a May On the Economy post said. That was the case in early 2021 (using data available through March), when an index measuring the ratio of house prices to rent in the U.S. had risen rapidly over the course of a year and reached its highest level since at least 1975.

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Inspiring Young Women to Pursue Economics

A January Open Vault post previewed a February 2021 event that is “designed to inspire young women and underrepresented minorities who may be interested in econ—and to encourage those pursuing a degree to persist.” The next Women in Economics Symposium is set for Feb. 23-24, 2022.

Money and Finance

Wealth gaps between white, black and hispanic families in 2019.

Across education, family structure and generations, gaps persist between the wealth of white families and that of Black and Hispanic families, the authors of a January On the Economy post found.

For instance, they wrote: “More education was associated with more wealth for all the racial and ethnic groups considered. However, wide gaps remain at every education level, with Black and Hispanic families having less median family wealth than white families with the same education.”

And Black and Hispanic families are less likely than white families to have financial and other assets like homes and businesses, and when they do, those assets were more likely to have lower values.

Navigating the ABCs of CBDCs—Central Bank Digital Currencies

“You’ve likely heard of Bitcoin, Ethereum, or even Dogecoin, but you may not have heard of ‘Fedcoin,’ an informal name some have used for the idea of a digital currency tied to a central bank, namely the Federal Reserve,” a June Open Vault post said. The post highlighted short videos in which a St. Louis Fed economist answered questions on central bank digital currencies, including about possible effects on privacy and bank lending.

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This module covers the fundamental topics of a macroeconomics course. Students will learn about critical economic concepts and how they interact with each other. 

6 Topics in This Module

Measuring a nation's output: gdp.

A nation’s output, as measured by its gross domestic product (GDP), is the start of most macroeconomics courses. This topic looks at GDP—how it is calculated, its individual components (consumption, government expenditure, Investment, and net exports), and the determinants of GDP. There are various challenges when calculating GDP, some of which are addressed by considering real GDP or GDP at purchasing power parity. Although GDP is a useful measure of a nation’s output, it has several shortcomings and can’t be used as the sole measure of economic health. 

GDP Explained


Describe the main limitations of using GDP to measure an economy. How can these limitations be addressed?

Money, Prices, and Inflation

This topic introduces money as a means of exchange and facilitating trade. Money affects important macroeconomic variables, such as interest rates, exchange rates, and the aggregate price level (inflation). Several macroeconomic variables (GDP, exchange rates, or interest rates) can be considered in real terms rather than nominal terms (i.e., after adjusting for inflation).  

A country’s central bank and its banking system determine the supply of money. Governments can apply monetary and fiscal policy tools to avoid or minimize economic recessions. 

Inflation Explained

Using information from one or both case studies in this topic, what are the main costs of high inflation for companies? How can companies deal with the challenges posed by high inflation?

Production and Growth

Over the last few decades, the economies of many emerging markets have been catching up with developed countries. Identifying high growth economies is a challenge for international investors and can depend on nontraditional economic indicators and an assessment of government institutions.

Solow’s growth model is used to explain long-term economic growth. In this model, a country’s output or productive capacity depends on the amount of physical capital, the size of the labor force, and productivity. A combination of capital accumulation, population growth, and increasing productivity help to explain why emerging markets can grow more quickly than developed markets. However, effective government institutions are critical in facilitating economic development.

What indicators would you use to assess the economic growth potential of a country? Compare two countries of choice based on the indicators that you identified.

Apply Solow’s model to explain the economic growth and development of a country. You can use data from one of the case studies or publicly available data.

What are the main factors inhibiting South Africa’s economic development? 


Unemployment is a key topic for economists, and maintaining low levels of unemployment has become part of the mandate of central banks of the world’s major economies. The causes of unemployment, as well as the appropriate measures to reduce it, are hotly debated among economists.

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For a country of your choice, analyze the level and causes of unemployment. What would be appropriate policies to reduce the unemployment rate or maintain it at an acceptable level?

When you played Econland , which policies did you implement and why?

During the simulation, did your policy decisions lead to the results you expected in all areas? If not, can you determine why you obtained the results that you did?

How did expectations and the economic situations in other countries depicted in the simulation impact your country’s economy and your policy decisions? 

Open Economies

International trade can be explained through the theory of comparative advantage: countries specialize in the production of goods and services in which they hold a relative advantage. Although this theory is quite good at explaining trade between countries with very different factor endowments, it does not explain inter-sectoral trade between similar countries (for example, cars being traded in both directions between France and Germany). The “new trade theory” relaxes some of the assumptions of the theory of comparative advantage and describes trade between markets with imperfect competition and differentiated products.

Dealing with fluctuating and unpredictable exchange—which are determined by relative levels of inflation, interest rates, and the volume of international trade between countries—is an ongoing challenge for companies. 

Identify and describe an export of goods or services between two countries. Discuss to what extent the theory of comparative advantage helps to explain the existence of the trade flow.

Fiscal and Monetary Policy

Governments impact an economy in a range of ways, most importantly through their ability to tax and spend (fiscal policy) and the central bank’s ability to control the money supply (monetary policy). Common macroeconomic goals that governments aim to achieve through their policies include economic growth, low unemployment, and a manageable level of inflation. By implementing expansionary fiscal or monetary policies, aggregate demand can be stimulated. Risks associated with expansionary policies include unacceptable levels of government debt and high inflation. The case studies in this topic discuss the most important current fiscal and monetary policy debates, particularly in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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Fiscal Policy Explained

Monetary Policy Explained

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For a country in which you work or operate, what are the main risks the economy is facing? How can managers prepare for the consequences of these risks materializing?

After playing the  Econland  base case scenario and at least one other scenario, how did you adapt your policy decisions compared to the first time you played? Were you able to improve on your score for the base case scenario?

Discuss some of the areas of impact of each of your decisions while playing the simulation and relate these to the macroeconomic data in the reports section. For example, what do you expect the difference in impact to be between changes in the corporate tax rate and the income tax rate?

How did the circumstances of the either rollercoaster or stagnation scenario impact the policy decisions that you made? 

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The study of macroeconomics deals with the analysis of an entire economy, usually a country, but potentially also a group of countries or a region with a country. This module introduces learners to key topics in macroeconomics, including national income (GDP), productivity, inflation, unemployment, and international trade.  Macroeconomics Simulation: Econland  can be used throughout the module or as an integrative exercise towards the end, when the topics of fiscal and monetary policy are introduced. 

In this module, case studies apply macroeconomic concepts to national economies and discuss the managerial implications of macroeconomic developments. Instructors looking to link the topics of the module to current events can use the weekly economics newsletter,  Econland News .

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Understand how an economy works and how it affects citizens and companies that operate in it.

Understand the key topics of macroeconomics, including GDP, productivity, inflation, unemployment, and international trade.

Understand how monetary and fiscal policy decisions impact different aspects of a country’s economy.

Analyze current economic developments and events in a systematic way.

Use macroeconomic data and forecasts in business decision-making. 

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Supplementary materials for popular college textbooks used in courses in the Principles of Economics, Microeconomics, Price Theory, and Macroeconomics are suggested by topic. A few of these textbooks include

  • N. Gregory Mankiw, Principles of Economics
  • McConnell, Brue, and Flynn, Economics
  • David Colander, Microeconomics
  • Paul Heyne, The Economic Way of Thinking
  • Irvin Tucker, Macroeonomics for Today
  • Edwin G. Dolan, Introduction to Macroeconomics

Materials include podcasts, topical articles, encyclopedia entries, educational blog posts, and more. All materials have been selected for authoritativeness, quality of writing and speaking, liveliness, and ease of understanding. Additional advanced resource links include primary source materials that are available online or graduate level readings. *

List of Topics

Part i: introduction to the principles of economics, overview: basics and a taste of what’s to come.

What is economics? Definitions of economics, the economy, political economy. Economics is about making choices, not just about making money.

  • What Is Economics?
  • Wellbeing and Welfare

We face tradeoffs every day

  • Cost-benefit analysis

The cost of something is what you give up to get it

  • Opportunity cost
  • Real, relative, and nominal prices

People respond to incentives

Think about small changes first

  • Margins and Thinking at the Margin

Trade makes everyone better off

  • Exchange and Trade
  • Comparative Advantage and the Benefits of Trade

Markets are usually a good way to organize economic activity

Governments sometimes improve on market outcomes

  • Market Failures, Public Goods, and Externalities

Governments sometimes make conditions worse than market outcomes

  • Government Failures, Rent Seeking, and Public Choice

A country’s standard of living depends on its ability to produce goods and services

  • Economic Growth
  • Division of Labor and Specialization

Prices rise when the government prints too much money

Economists agree about the principles, but differ about government policy recommendations.

  • Economic Systems

Thinking Like an Economist

Read and Listen Critically to the News

  • material to come

Supply and Demand Applies to Surprising Situations

  • Human Capital

The Roles of Graphs, Math, Equations, and Science in Economics

  • Is Economics a Science?
  • Measuring Economic Data

The Role of Institutions, Property Rights, Laws, and Customs

  • Economic Institutions
  • Property Rights

Part II: Microeconomics

Supply and demand: how markets work.

Supply and Demand Basics

  • Supply and Demand, Markets and Prices . Putting supply and demand together, markets and prices.

Elasticity and Its Application

  • Elasticity of Demand

Supply, Demand, and Government Policies

  • Price Controls, Price Ceilings, and Price Floors

Markets and Evaluating How Well-Off We Are: Consumers, Producers, Efficiency, Welfare, Well-being

Consumers, Producers and the Efficiency of Markets

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Behavioral Economics (more to come)
  • Application: The Costs of Taxation (more to come)
  • Application: International Trade (more to come)

The Economics of the Public Sector

Externalities, Public Goods, and Common Resources

  • Roles of Government

Rent Seeking and Public Choice

The Tax System

  • Social Security
  • Health Care

Firm Behavior and the Organization of Industry

The Costs of Production

  • Costs of Production

Firms in Competitive Markets

  • Competition and Market Structures
  • Monopoly, Oligopoly, and Monopolistic Competition (more to come)

The Economics of Labor Markets

Labor Costs, including Labor Unions

  • Labor Costs

Employment versus Unemployment

  • Employment and Unemployment
  • Productivity

Earnings and Discrimination

  • more to come

The Distribution of Income

  • Income Distribution
  • Income Inequality

Advanced Topics in Microeconomics

  • The Theory of Consumer Choice

Part III: Macroeconomics

Measuring macroeconomic data.

Measuring a Country’s Income and Growth

  • Measuring GDP and growth
  • Measuring the Cost of Living (Consumer Price Index, CPI)
  • Measuring Employment and Unemployment
  • Measuring a country’s Money Supply
  • Government Budget Deficits and Government Debt
  • International debt (more to come)

The Real Economy in the Long Run

Production and Growth

  • Environmentalism

Saving, Investment, and Personal Financial Decisions

  • Compound Interest
  • Financial Markets
  • Saving and Investing
  • Risk and Return
  • Money Management and Budgeting

Employment, Unemployment, and the Natural Rate of Unemployment

Money and Prices in the Long Run

The Monetary System

  • Monetary Policy and the Federal Reserve
  • Banks and Financial Institutions

Money Growth and Inflation

Business Cycles, Financial Crises, and Short-Run Economic Fluctuations

Business Cycles, Recessions, Financial Crises

  • Business Cycles
  • Financial Crisis of 2008 . The Great Recession.
  • The Great Depression. (See Business Cycles .)

Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply

  • Aggregate Demand
  • Aggregate Supply

The Influence of Monetary and Fiscal Policy on Aggregate Demand

  • Fiscal Policy
  • The Phillips’ Curve: A Short-Run Tradeoff between Inflation and Unemployment

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  • Balance of Trade and Balance of Payments
  • Foreign Currency Markets and Exchange Rates

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  • Barriers to Trade
  • Economic Development

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Debates over Macroeconomic Policy

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Writing an economic project involves several steps to effectively research, analyze, and present your findings. Here’s a general guide on how to write an economic project:

  • Choose a Topic: Choose an economic subject that captures your interest and is in line with the requirements of your assignment or the objectives of your research. It could be a macroeconomic trend, a microeconomic analysis, or a specific area like environmental economics or development economics.
  • Conduct Research: Collect pertinent data and information from credible sources like scholarly journals, government reports, economic repositories, and literature. Make sure to critically evaluate the credibility and reliability of your sources.
  • Outline Your Project: Create an outline that organizes your ideas and arguments logically. Include sections such as introduction, literature review, methodology, findings, discussion, and conclusion.
  • Write the Introduction: Begin with an introduction that provides background information on your topic, states the purpose of your project, and outlines the structure of your paper.
  • Review the Literature: Perform a thorough examination of existing literature and theories pertinent to your subject matter through a literature review. Identify any deficiencies or areas lacking sufficient research that your project intends to fill.
  • Develop a Methodology: Describe the methods you used to collect and analyze data. This may include quantitative techniques such as econometric modeling or qualitative approaches like case studies or interviews.
  • Present Your Findings: Present the results of your analysis in a clear and organized manner. Use tables, charts, and graphs to illustrate key findings and trends.
  • Discuss Your Results: Interpret the implications of your findings and discuss their significance in relation to existing literature and theoretical frameworks. Address any limitations or constraints of your study.
  • Draw Conclusions: Provide a condensed overview of your project’s key discoveries and derive conclusions from your analysis. Consider the broader implications of your research and suggest areas for further study.
  • Write the Conclusion: Conclude your project by restating the main points and highlighting the contribution of your research to the field of economics. Discuss any practical implications or policy recommendations arising from your findings.
  • Cite Your Sources: Make sure to cite all sources properly used in your project according to the appropriate citation style (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago).
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Macroeconomic topics.

  • The Impact of Fiscal Policy on Economic Growth
  • Analyzing the Effects of Monetary Policy on Inflation
  • Evaluating the Relationship Between Exchange Rates and Export Performance
  • Assessing the Role of Government Spending in Stimulating Aggregate Demand
  • Examining the Causes and Consequences of Economic Recessions

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  • Market Structure Analysis: A Case Study of the Smartphone Industry
  • Consumer Behavior and Preferences in the Fast Food Industry
  • The Impact of Price Elasticity on Revenue in the Airline Industry
  • Producer Surplus and Profit Maximization in Competitive Markets
  • Analyzing Market Failures and the Need for Government Intervention

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  • The Effects of Trade Liberalization on Developing Countries
  • Exchange Rate Volatility and Its Impact on International Trade
  • Globalization and Its Effects on Income Inequality
  • Trade Policies and Their Influence on Foreign Direct Investment
  • Comparative Advantage and Specialization in International Trade

Environmental Economics Topics

  • The Economics of Renewable Energy Adoption
  • Carbon Pricing and Its Implications for Climate Change Mitigation
  • Economic Valuation of Ecosystem Services
  • Environmental Regulations and Firm Behavior: A Case Study Approach
  • The Role of Economics in Biodiversity Conservation Efforts

Development Economics Topics

  • Microfinance and Poverty Alleviation: Lessons from Case Studies
  • The Impact of Education on Economic Development
  • Evaluating the Effectiveness of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs
  • Gender Inequality and Economic Development: An Empirical Analysis
  • The Role of Foreign Aid in Promoting Sustainable Development

Behavioral Economics Topics

  • Behavioral Biases in Consumer Decision-Making: A Experimental Study
  • Nudge Theory and Its Applications in Public Policy
  • Prospect Theory and Risk Preferences in Investment Decisions
  • The Influence of Social Norms on Economic Behavior
  • Behavioral Economics Approaches to Addressing Climate Change

Econometrics and Quantitative Analysis Topics

  • Time-Series Analysis of Stock Market Volatility
  • Regression Analysis of Factors Affecting Housing Prices
  • Forecasting Macroeconomic Indicators Using Machine Learning Techniques
  • Panel Data Analysis of Regional Economic Disparities
  • Causal Inference Methods in Economic Research

Policy Analysis and Evaluation Topics

  • Cost-Benefit Analysis of Infrastructure Projects
  • Evaluating the Impact of Minimum Wage Policies on Employment
  • Welfare Effects of Tax Reform: A Microsimulation Approach
  • Policy Responses to Economic Shocks: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Assessing the Effectiveness of Anti-Poverty Programs in Developing Countries

Monetary Economics Topics

  • The Transmission Mechanism of Monetary Policy
  • Central Bank Independence and Inflation Targeting
  • Quantitative Easing and Its Effects on Financial Markets
  • The Role of Interest Rates in Determining Investment Decisions
  • Digital Currencies and the Future of Monetary Policy

Labor Economics Topics

  • The Economics of Immigration: Impacts on Labor Markets
  • Gender Wage Gap: Causes and Policy Implications
  • The Effects of Automation on Employment Patterns
  • Labor Market Dynamics and Unemployment Duration
  • Evaluating the Impact of Minimum Wage Laws on Poverty

Health Economics Topics

  • The Economics of Healthcare Financing Systems
  • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Healthcare Interventions
  • The Impact of Health Insurance Coverage on Healthcare Utilization
  • Behavioral Economics Approaches to Promoting Healthier Lifestyles
  • Healthcare Market Competition and Patient Outcomes: Evidence from Empirical Studies

What To Avoid For Economics Projects?

When working on economics projects, it’s essential to be aware of common pitfalls to avoid. Here’s a list of things to steer clear of:

  • Lack of Clarity in Research Question: Ensure your research question is clear, specific, and well-defined. Avoid ambiguity or broad topics that make it difficult to focus your research.
  • Poor Data Quality: Avoid using unreliable or outdated data sources. Ensure your data is accurate, relevant, and obtained from reputable sources.
  • Ignoring Assumptions: Be transparent about the assumptions underlying your analysis. Ignoring or glossing over assumptions can weaken the validity of your findings.
  • Overly Complex Models: While sophisticated models can be impressive, avoid unnecessarily complex models that obscure key relationships or make interpretation difficult.
  • Ignoring Alternative Explanations: Consider alternative explanations for your findings and address potential counterarguments. Ignoring alternative explanations can weaken the credibility of your analysis.
  • Misinterpreting Correlation as Causation: Be cautious when interpreting correlations as causation. Correlation does not imply causation, so ensure you have robust evidence to support causal claims.
  • Ignoring Feedback Effects: Consider feedback effects and dynamic interactions between variables in your analysis. Ignoring feedback effects can lead to biased or misleading conclusions.
  • Ignoring Heterogeneity: Recognize heterogeneity within the population or sample under study. Ignoring heterogeneity can lead to overgeneralization of results.
  • Overlooking Endogeneity: Be mindful of endogeneity issues, where the relationship between variables is bidirectional or influenced by unobserved factors. Addressing endogeneity requires careful modeling and appropriate techniques.
  • Inadequate Literature Review: Conduct a thorough literature review to situate your research within the existing literature. Avoid overlooking relevant studies or failing to acknowledge prior research.
  • Inadequate Discussion of Limitations: Acknowledge the limitations of your study and discuss their implications for the validity and generalizability of your findings.
  • Poor Presentation and Organization: Ensure your project is well-organized and clearly presented. Avoid cluttered or confusing visuals, inconsistent formatting, or unclear writing.

By avoiding these common pitfalls, you can enhance the quality and credibility of your economics projects and contribute meaningfully to the field of study.

Economics is a dynamic and multifaceted field, offering endless opportunities for exploration and discovery. Whether you’re interested in understanding the forces shaping the global economy or seeking solutions to pressing social issues, there’s a wealth of topics to explore.

By delving into these areas, you’ll gain valuable insights into how economies work and how they can be improved for the benefit of all. So, don’t hesitate to dive into economics project topics and start exploring the fascinating world of economics.

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Choosing the best economics research topics is a major challenge for most learners pursuing economics studies. Economics entails the study of how humans use scarce resources in the production of valuables. Learners pursuing economics programs analyze how valuables are eventually distributed among society members after production.

Before learners are given economics research paper assignments, they are taught many elements that affect the economy. This enables them to understand real-life economies, as well as, daily expenditures and expenses. Such elements include medicine, politics, race, trade, unemployment, poverty, religion, and war among others.

As such, economics research topics for undergraduates should show their understanding of these issues and how they affect the economy. But, many learners have difficulties understanding different aspects of economics research. This makes choosing topics for their papers and essays difficult.

Tricks for Choosing the Best Economics Research Topics

Choosing research paper topics in economics is undoubtedly not easy for most students. That’s because a learner should choose a narrow topic so that they can delve deeper in analyzing and discussing it in their paper. But, if the topic is too narrow, it can be limiting. And, if it is too broad, the learner might not cover it exhaustively.

However, learners can still select the best economics research paper topics by following these guidelines:

Understand the subject matter and figure out whether the topic’s context is within your study field and writing ability. Select a topic that you find interesting and suitable for your understanding. Evaluate the scope of the topic to ensure that you can find the necessary information to write a comprehensive paper or essay about it. Consider the instructions provided by the instructor or professor in terms of topic selection

Before you start the actual writing of a paper or essay, brainstorm for ideas around several topics. That means you can have an economics research topics list from which to choose what to write about. Topics in this study field can be classified into different categories as follows.

Undergraduates Economics Topics for Research

Many students panic when asked to write undergraduate papers and essays. That’s because they don’t know how to choose the best economics topics for research paper. If you’re among students that are troubled by the thought of choosing a topic, here are examples presetned by our academic writers that you can choose from.

  • What you should know about fiscal policy
  • Describe the three opportunity costs
  • How do banks set the exchange rate?
  • How can profit maximization be achieved?
  • Explain the major ethical rules in an economy
  • How to conduct a cost-benefit analysis on your preferred action
  • Explain why some resources are rare
  • What does economic forecasting entail?
  • Discuss the pros and cons of privatization
  • How are the economies of both sides of a conflict affected by war?

These are great topics for economics research paper for undergraduate students. However, they still require in-depth research to come up with a coherent and comprehensive document.

Health Economics Research Topics

The health of citizens influences the economy of a country, though this might be unclear to some learners at first. Health research topics for economics lead to the production of papers and essays that are quite interesting to read. Here are sample topics in this category. You can also check our nursing research topics .

  • How is the economy affected by a smoking ban?
  • Is the world hunger affected by economics?
  • How does perfect competition work in the pharmaceuticals world?
  • How is free healthcare justified in the U.S?
  • How do chronic diseases affect the workforce and the economy?
  • Is health insurance important?
  • How an unhealthy country translates into a poor country
  • How can public hospitals optimize their revenue collection?
  • How does an infectious disease outbreak affect the economy?
  • The economics of the pharmaceutical industry

Interesting Behavioral Economics Research Topics

Some learners might not know about it but behavioral economics exists. And, some topics in this category are quite interesting to write about. Here are examples of topics that students in different study levels can write about in this category.

  • Does money make most people happy?
  • Why financial wellbeing makes most people happy
  • What does the economy of trust mean?
  • How can Uber be described as an aspect of the economy of trust?
  • How does the brain change when a person is striking a great deal?
  • Useful human insights that are missing in big data and how this affects the economy
  • Per household economic analysis explained
  • The buying capacity and gender
  • How race relates to economic power
  • Impact of economic stability on the social life of a person

Microeconomics Topics

Microeconomics studies revolve around trade between people. It’s trading at an individual level. This covers the basics of demand and supply. This is the category where some learners find simple research topics in economics. Here are examples of topics in this category.

  • Understanding the competition and market concepts
  • Inflation sources and consequences explained
  • Explaining how competition influences the price
  • Explaining the balance between supply and demand in microeconomics
  • Opportunity costs explained from a microeconomics perspective
  • Explaining production costs and profit
  • How a stock market operates
  • Perfect competition in microeconomics
  • How unemployment affects microeconomics
  • Aggregate demand and supply in microeconomics

Cool Environmental Economics Research Topics

The environment has more effects on an economy more than most people think. Ocean pollution can global warming are some of the environmental changes that affect the economy seriously. Here are some of the economics research topics for students to explore in this category.

  • Cost-benefit analysis of the regulation of the environment
  • Why it’s important to analyze the economics of clean drinking water
  • Evolution of economics institution concerning climate change
  • How greenhouses affect economic growth
  • How global warming affects economic growth
  • Detailed analysis of the European Union Emission Trading System
  • Is waste management a rare resource?
  • How technological advancement leads to economic growth
  • Explain the energy markets’ economic potential
  • How wildlife protection affects the economy

Students at different study levels have many research topics in economics to choose from. However, the research topic in economics that a learner chooses should be suitable for them based on their interests and academic goals. That’s because some topics are cumbersome to write about. They also require extensive knowledge and familiarity with different economic concepts to come up with a comprehensive document. Thus, they are ideal for students that are pursuing advanced studies. Nevertheless, every topic highlighted here requires in-depth economics research to come up with a concrete paper or essay.

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All finance students are required to take the macroeconomics course throughout their studies. Although the subject is crucial and useful, it is pretty challenging. In particular, it can become a problem if you want to nail an original macroeconomics project. Topics to write about can be tricky to find for students regardless of their school level.

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⚖️ Macroeconomics & Microeconomics

In essence, macroeconomics and microeconomics are two fundamental parts of economic science. They perfectly complement each other and provide a wide range of opportunities for economists. Nevertheless, the microeconomic and macroeconomic objectives differ to a great extent.

Macroeconomics and microeconomics deal with similar issues.

So, what are they?

Macroeconomics is a field of economics that studies the economic performance of countries. By employing it, governments can analyze the financial situation within a country. Macroeconomic theory’s concepts help to predict and prevent possible economic obstacles. Generally, the field presents the big picture. That is to say, it shows the economic development on a national and international level.

In contrast, microeconomics focuses on specific firms or companies. It analyzes the business owners’ decision-making process. Microeconomics does not interact with national or even international economic problems. It mainly investigates enterprises and their internal issues.

📑 Topics in Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics is a broad field that covers a wide range of issues. The two topics of primary concern in macroeconomics are:

  • the behavioral tendencies;
  • the decision-making processes of an economy as a whole.

In other words:

Macroeconomics explores human actions and interactions from an economic perspective.

Have you ever noticed any macroeconomic topics in the news? Or maybe in the headings of magazine articles, in the posts on social media? Or have you heard the discussion of high inflation and unemployment rate on the radio or television? These are all examples of the application of macroeconomics in real life.

Professor Carol L. Osler's quote about macroeconomics as a verb.

The spectrum of issues examined by macroeconomics impresses with its diversity. To make your studying more pleasant, our team gathered ideas in one place.

The topics studied in macroeconomics include:

  • Price levels
  • Inflation rates
  • Political economy
  • Unemployment rates
  • Finance development
  • Fiscal and monetary policies
  • National and international trade
  • Government savings and investments
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  • The Impacts of the Macroeconomic Variables on the Business Environment These are also indicators of the rank of the well-being of the population, exports and imports operations, the overall rate of economic growth, and other economic processes.
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  • Macroeconomics Principles of Demand and Supply The article suggested that the aggregate demand must be boosted to support the monetary policies and decrease the risks faced after the pandemic’s shock for the worldwide economy.
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  • Behavioral Finance: Meaning of Macroeconomics Keen disapproves of all the economic theories that support the concept describing their flaws and mishaps. The theories they disapprove of have some flaws that are well stated and displayed.
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  • Gas Prices and Macroeconomic Indicators The paper will investigate the possible effects of the change of gasoline price on changes in GDP, CPI, and unemployment rate.
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  • Concepts and Problems in Macroeconomics The unemployment rate in Israel is presented in the figure below. The first massive rise in the unemployment rate was during 1988 to 1992 when there was the incidence of the Gulf War.
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  • Evaluating Effectiveness of Supply Side Economics on Macroeconomic Objectives This paper takes the position that supply side economics has had its day and the deregulation aspect of the theory has gone too far with the result that the US economy as well as the […]
  • Macroeconomics and Unemployment The author of the article is Jennifer Steinhauer and the source where the article is taken from is the newspaper “The New York Times”, issued on September 18, 2009, that is why the information under […]
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  • Macroeconomics: Unemployment Rate in North America Such indicators of economic development as the labor force rate and the unemployment rate are the significant aspects of state development and its policies regarding the labor market.
  • Applying Macroeconomic Concepts in France The focus should be on analyzing such issues influencing the economic stability in the state as the problem of unemployment, changes in the unemployment rate, as well as changes in the inflation rate.
  • France: Applying Macroeconomic Concepts Its continental borders are the North Sea, the English Channel, the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Biscay, Spain, Monaco, and Andorra, the Mediterranean Sea, and Italy, Switzerland and Germany, and Belgium and Luxemburg.
  • “The Trouble with Macroeconomics” by Paul Romer In his article, Paul Romer addresses the challenges that the global economy has been experiencing due to the rise in the influence of the factors such as scientific research on the development of macroeconomics and […]
  • Macroeconomics: McDonald’s Challenges in 2012 Therefore, this hurts McDonald’s reputation as a global fast-food business. The price demand elasticity strategy was a tactic to increase McDonald’s market share.
  • American Macroeconomic Situation in 2011 It should be known that various insolvencies that had been experienced are falling and this is good as far as the economy is concerned. The Federal Reserve has maintained low-interest rates and this has been […]
  • Australia’s Macroeconomic Policies The unemployment rate had been above 3% once since the the1940s went above 4% in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s recessions. The inflation rate was above 10% in the early 1990s.
  • Macroeconomic Issues and Funding Adjustments When ADF and ASF are equal, the amount of group 3 funds has for lending would be equal to the total amount group 2iwould be willing to borrow.
  • Macroeconomics: Origins, Development and Current State In the event that there are these changes to these variables, the graphs presented in appendix 1 are a show of what is anticipated to happen to the core macroeconomic elements of the economy.
  • 2008 Macroeconomic Collapse and Prevention Efforts The rise in the subprime mortgage rates led to the crash of the stock prices in the US. Therefore, in a volatile market, the aim is to reduce portfolio risk and not maximize trading profits.
  • Peter Coy Views on Macroeconomics Peter Coy’s article gives insight into the economic thought on the government’s involvement in the economy. In the article by Peter Coy, critics view the free market as the only thought that can counterbalance the […]
  • Macroeconomic Factors of Website Content and Services Since internet usage is advancing significantly, the long-run prices offered in internet marketing would significantly decline as a result of high competition.
  • “Lectures in Macroeconomics” by Arnold Kling Both increased productivity and trade are regarded as beneficial for the economy due to the potential ability to move labor resources from one sector that experiences productivity exceeding demand to those that encounters prevalence of […]
  • Classical Macroeconomic Analysis and Its Principles The repercussion of the ASF line being horizontal is seen given a scenario where the APE line shifts to the right; implying an increase in expenditure with no funding to compliment it.
  • Macroeconomics: Aggregate Planned Expenditures The major role of any economy is to ensure that it coordinates the changes in the level of goods produced and the changes in the demand for the goods.
  • Macroeconomic Factors and Hong Kong Stock Returns This chapter covers the background of the study, problem statement, research objectives and hypotheses and the significance of the study. He argues that the inverse relationship between inflation and real stock returns is as a […]
  • Macroeconomic Coordination and Demand Shocks Based on their needs, the most appropriate options are for the consumers, especially group two to borrow money in the form of loans, spend the money, and pay back the loan with interest. However, the […]
  • Britain’s Economic Issues and Macroeconomic Concepts The spending power of the population has been eroded and the growth of wages is half the level of inflation. This is because there is little excess to be affected than in the first occurrence […]
  • Russian Federation’s Macroeconomics in 2011 This resulted in a major decline of the economy with the GDP and the industrial output dropping by up to 50%.
  • Johnson & Johnson: Macroeconomic Variables Analysis It will be used to show the effect of the variables on the sales of the product GDP stands for the gross domestic product which is used to represent the total demand for the goods […]
  • Macroeconomic Concepts and International Trade Simulation When the per capita income is high, it means that the level of production per individual in the economy is also high. This is referred to as the relative advantage of a country to produce […]
  • Macroeconomics in 2010 Newspaper Articles The article has its basis on the recent global financial crisis, which started in the United States and spread to other parts of the world.
  • Macroeconomics Performance and Policies of Mexico That is why it is possible to claim that inflation is one of the important macroeconomic issues that are to be solved in the future.
  • Brexit Macroeconomic Impact on the United Kingdom One of the most important aspects of the referendum that appealed to pro-Brexit voters was the perception of how immigration can affect the labour market.
  • Macroeconomic Indicators and Financial Data Thus, to be a macro-economist in the company means to analyze these macroeconomic factors and suggest a strategy that considers the latest trends in the market or the industry.
  • Macroeconomic Elements: the Reduction of Oil Prices Oil prices in the international market have been on a consistent decline since June 2014 and the impact of this decline on the economy of the country has been evident. It is expected that the […]
  • Macroeconomic and Microeconomics: Ubiquity and Popularity The discipline focuses on the analysis of global economic issues and the mechanisms and principles that determine the observed behaviors and trends to be able to model the future course of action and predict the […]
  • US Macroeconomic Indicators in 2005-2012 The decline in economic growth reported in the first quarter of the year 2012 is a reflection of a lower growth rate in fixed investments and inventory by businesses.
  • UAE Macroeconomics and Global Economy Changes The appearance of specific trends in the way countries interact, the high speed of globalization, and the emergence of new dominant agents impact the way economies evolve.
  • Scarcity, Decision-Making, and Macroeconomics The inability to concentrate on a particular task due to distractive thoughts about an ill parent/child or the need to make provision for a family usually plays a huge disservice in the matters of general […]
  • Azerbaijan Macroeconomic Risk Analysis When entering the gas and oil sector of Azerbaijan, the CEO of the company should determine whether the risk factors outweigh the positive aspects of the industry.
  • Macroeconomics Fundamentals and Terms The unemployment rate is also used to evaluate the purchasing power of consumers in a particular economy. It is used to estimate the value of a currency and the purchasing power of consumers in a […]
  • Macroeconomic Environment: Self Correction of the Economy However, if the demand of shares in the stock market drops, it means that there will be a drop in income payments and many firms will be affected.
  • Belgium Macroeconomic Data Analysis In Belgium, expenditure by the central government and the regional governments is separate. In 2012, central government expenditure was 23% of the total government expenditure.
  • Macroeconomic Indicators and Their Impact on the Greek Economy To effectively identify and analyze macroeconomic indicators and their impact on the economy of Greece, the report undertook a research and collected information using a range of primary and secondary sources.
  • Fundamentals of Macroeconomics Activities Influences The paper evaluates the way in which different activities taking place in the economy affects businesses, households and government dealings. The choices households make in relation to purchase of grocery affect other large-scale factors.
  • Current Macroeconomics in the US Most importantly, the building and sale of residential houses have reduced and the cost of housing has also declined prompting a closure of the housing industry in the future.
  • Current Macroeconomic Situation in US The economic situation is in the form of recession since the factors of production are not utilized to the maximum. This makes up a component of the federal system of reserve and is mandated to […]
  • Wall Street Impacts – Macroeconomics The article is one of the latest reports on the improving international business at both the Wall Street and the European Union, owing to a number of fiscal policies expected within the next few months.
  • Equilibrium Supply and Demand – Macroeconomic Demand is the quantity of goods desired by consumers while supply is the amount of goods the producers can offer to the market.
  • Germany and Its Macroeconomics At the same time, the growing share of private consumer spending in the German GDP is a wonderful opportunity to expand employment prospects and use its positive results to improve the standards of living in […]
  • Larry Elliott: Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century It is possible, to contradict the rationality of the major theme in Piketty’s book because a simple reduction in inequality may not be the solution.
  • Macroeconomic Factors within the EU Recession in the EU has pushed some of the international companies out of the market because of the increased production costs in the region and low profits.
  • 2008 Global Recession: UK’s Macroeconomic Policies It is on the basis of these negative effects of the global recession that the group of twenty countries met in the United Kingdom to come up with new macroeconomic policy mechanisms in response to […]
  • Public Debt in Managing Macroeconomics The rates compound, and finally the government’s ability to repay the debt is doubted. The solution to the US’ debt crisis is to reduce government spending.
  • Macroeconomic Concepts and Models Application Some of the impacts that have brought about more use of the biofuel in the current world have led to the replacement of the liquid oil from 1-2% recently1.
  • Current macroeconomic situation in the USA In order to deal with the problem of inflation, the federal government could sell treasuries of the United States such as bonds in the international market.
  • Economic Data Comparison of Australia, China, and Greece The budgetary position for Australia and Greece has been increasing from 1999 up to 2009 when the GFC occurred making the governments of these countries to reduce national expenditure and increase taxation to curb the […]
  • Setting Macroeconomic Policies Initially, the government sets the inflation target and the Monetary Policy Committee forecasts the expected future inflation through economic statistics and imposes measures to curb it so as to meet the target.
  • Project Macroeconomics Forecast Component Compare and contrast differences for the respective statistics prepared by the forecasters From the projection carried out by the CBO forecasters, the economic indicators seem to be at the highest between 2007 and 2010.
  • European Macroeconomic Policies and Risks New entrepreneurs need to consider key macroeconomic factors such as aggregate demand polices, aggregate supply policies, fiscal policies, and the policies for the integration of the macroeconomic factors with the European social model.
  • United States of America’s Macroeconomic Analysis The political system in the U.S.has been relatively stable over the years, making it the leading democracy in the world. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the United States of America had experienced a […]
  • Macroeconomic Situation of the US The United States boasts of being a leading economic power in the world, and as a result, the recent economic recession in the country led to the repercussions being felt in almost all the parts […]
  • The Impact and Link of Macroeconomic Variables on the Share Prices in UK The reason of the difference of stock market behavior in the two countries is explained to be the result of slump of Japan after 1990 and liquidity trap of the late 1990 and start of […]
  • Interpreting Macroeconomic Conditions: interest rate Low income levels means that the industry will spend a lot in an effort to increase sales and this will be reflected in high operating costs.
  • The Impact of Macroeconomic Variables A case study of the UK and US will be used to illustrate how these variables have an impact on the real exchange markets According to Consumer Price Index can be used as a direct […]
  • Nominal and Real GDP Growth Rates When the real GDP is constant, the inflation rate follows the same trend and the natural rate of unemployment is not necessarily constant. When the Real GDP is high, the unemployment rate is low and […]
  • France’s Economy: Five Key Macroeconomic Variables However, the economic crisis in Europe and the global economic downturn, which began in 2007, have led to severe reduction in the country’s growth rate.
  • Introduction to Macroeconomics: Sequestration and Its Impacts on an Economy According to Choi and Devereux, an increase in the permanent spending results in an increase in the released money, thus, an increase in the circulating currency.
  • Macroeconomic Issues Related to the Federal Deficit and the National Debt What is affected by the federal budget deficit, which is equivalent to government debt level, is the change in the rate of interest.
  • Exchange Regimes and Their Impact on Macroeconomic Performance The terms and the conditions of the exchange rates can either have a positive or a negative impact on the economic growth of a given country. The managed floating rates are a combination of the […]
  • GDP Evaluation and Comparison: China, Greece, and Australia China GDP Annual Growth Rate In the year 2000 the annual growth rate of the GDP was 6% while the highest attained was 13% in the year 2009.
  • Macroeconomic Policy About Population Growth Below is a list of twenty developing countries whose population growth was high in the 1960’s and 1970’s and declined at the beginning of the 21st century; Population growth rate GDP per capita Argentina 1 […]
  • Macroeconomic Policy under Floating Exchange Rate This means that the exchange rate is flexible and can change from time to time in response to the dynamics of the foreign exchange markets.
  • Macroeconomics: Socialism, Totalitarism and US Economics Compare and contrast the approach to economics of the U.S.system of government to Socialism Capitalism, which is the economic system in the U.
  • Macroeconomic Analysis Using an Article The prize that a commodity or service is worth in the market is accumulated is summed up to the value of government expenditure and overall consumer expenses and is measured against the income value1. The […]
  • Macroeconomics and Reality This demand is affected by the price of the car, the price of other models of cars, tastes and preferences of consumers among others. Many of the models in the article are also difficult to […]
  • Macroeconomic Policy Settings in Australia Monetary policies on the other hand are policies used by the reserve bank of Australia to monitor the flow of money in the economy.
  • Macroeconomic Policy Settings in Australia The economic growth in Australia is aimed at reducing the unemployment rates in the future. The country has succeeded in achieving economic growth and prosperity in the face of the global recession.
  • Macroeconomics: Collapse of the United States Housing Market Such was the experience that the economy of the United States faced in the year 2009 following the crisis that was realized in the housing market.
  • Macroeconomics and Monetary Policies The rate of interest will lower to such an extent that the aggregate demand will start to rise until it is equalized with the addition supply of funding.
  • Macroeconomics: Determination of GDP It is the market value of these final goods and services that is referred to as gross domestic product. A general rise in the average price of goods and services in an economy is referred […]
  • Macroeconomics: Demand of Super Bowl Tickets Rovel argues that the prices of Super Bowl tickets are plummeting because there are very few short sellers and that the location of New Orleans is not optimal since it is not easy to make […]
  • Analysis of Macroeconomic Condition of Argentina Despite acquiring the land against the will of the natives, the foreigners ensured that the proceeds from agriculture were used for the development of the country.
  • Macroeconomic Study about Argentina Despite the growth in the real GDP of the country, the aforementioned statistics shows a consistent rise in the rate of inflation in the country.
  • The Impact of Premature Financial Liberalisation on Macroeconomic and Financial Stability Effects on rate of savings and investment One of the roles of liberalisation is to remove rigidity in the control of rates of exchange and rates of interest, compulsory allocation of credits from banks, and […]
  • Comparative Analysis of Macroeconomic Indicators of USA and Brazil The rationale is that unemployment refers to a proportion of the population that has skills and is willing to provide the skills to the labor market.
  • Macroeconomic forecast of Turkey for the next 5 years (up to 2017) To determine the unemployment rate, the total population of the labor force and the employed people in a given region/country is considered.
  • Macroeconomics: Interest Rates Keynesian theory of interest has been used to explain the effects of changes in the Federal Reserve rate on the general interest rates and prices in the economy.
  • Conceptual Study on Macroeconomics Notions The law of demand states that the higher the costof the good or service, the less people will demand it, while the law of supply states that the higher the price of a commodity, the […]
  • Macroeconomic Coordination Process The graph, which is one diagram, will show the relationship between the level of interest on the vertical axis and the degrees of GDP, APE and ASF on the horizontal axis.
  • A Macroeconomic And Financial Outlook Of New Zealand Some of this factors are the level of consumption of the country’s population, the level of savings and investment and the government’s fiscal and monetary policies.
  • Measuring Macroeconomic Concepts As a matter of fact, it can also be referred to as the rate at which the purchasing power of individuals’ changes as time goes by. The country is in a stable period of prices […]
  • Great Britain’s Macroeconomics In Relation To The US The mammoth economy was however destabilized by the innumerable costs accrued to the first and the second world wars and the great depression in the ninety’s.
  • Macroeconomics: Price Elasticity of Demand Price elasticity of demand refers to the “…responsiveness of changes in the quantity of goods and services demanded in relation to the changes in their prices”.
  • Rapidly Developing Macroeconomics in Chile The history of macroeconomic reforms in Chile dates back to the beginning of the 1990s, when the military government initiated the first economic reform.
  • Principles of Macroeconomics: Supply and Demand Relationship In conclusion, supply and demand relationship tries to describe macroeconomic variables like price levels and amount of quantity in the economy.
  • Macroeconomic Policies in Australia The policy makers therefore always strive to keep the inflation rate at low levels to minimize the effects of a high inflation rate.

🤗 Interesting Macroeconomic Topics

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📄 Macroeconomics Topics for Essay

  • Effect of oil prices on different countries’ GDP.
  • The political economy of international trade.
  • Limitations of GDP as a measure of economic welfare.
  • The significance of Adam Smith’s “invisible hand” concept in modern economics.

The invisible hand is an unobservable market force.

  • Remittances role in spurring global economic growth.
  • Economic factors of Dubai tourism demand.
  • The effects of inflation targeting.
  • The interactions of economic and political science.
  • The nature of the catch-up growth phenomenon in developing countries.
  • The benefits of medical tourism to the world economy.
  • The economic recession of 2007-2009 . Conduct an economic analysis of the worldwide crisis of 2007-2009. What were the causes and effects of the recession? Analyze the role of monetary and fiscal policies. What role do they play in reducing the risks of a total financial collapse during the crisis?
  • The tourism industry in the state of Oregon . Investigate traveling commerce in Oregon from an economic perspective. How thousands of tourists help to maintain the appropriate level of economic growth? Explore the impact of tourism on the economy of Oregon and the USA. Look at them separately.
  • The impact of the COVID -19 outbreak on the global economy . Explore the influence of the pandemic on the different branches of the economy. Analyze the readiness of the countries to face financial difficulties. Were the governments’ reactions to the risks of recession effective enough?
  • Practical problems of active economic stabilization policy . There are three key negative effects of stabilization policy: – recognition lag – decision lag – impact lagDiscuss how these lags may lead to destabilization of the economy instead of stabilization. Why can a stabilization policy be useful for one class of enterprises? Why can it be ineffective for another one?
  • Neoclassical economists. Analyze the scientific impact of three the most famous neoclassical economists: -Thorstein Veblen -Eliot Roy Weintraub -George Joseph StiglerCompare and contrast their approaches to macroeconomic objectives. How did these figures contribute to the development of the modern economy?

🖥️ Macroeconomics Topics for Presentation

  • Sustainable economic development. The four greens.
  • European macroeconomic policies and risks.
  • International environmental concerns in economics.
  • Macroeconomic environment: self-correction of the economy .
  • Economic systems types: free market and a mixed economy.
  • Abu Dhabi commercial bank and financial regulation.
  • Economic inequality as a result of globalization.
  • Cultural differences and ethics of international trading.
  • Economic analysis of criminal law.

Economists approach the analysis of crime assuming that criminals are rational.

  • Economic fluctuations in aggregate demand and aggregate supply.
  • Theory of liquidity preference . Analyze Keyne’s theory of liquidity preference. Can interest rate adjustments indeed bring money supply and demand in balance? Use visual aids (graphs, charts) to make the understanding of the topic more accessible.
  • Who leads the economy: economists or politicians? Explore the influence of politics on the economic sector. Why economics and politics cannot exist independently? Investigate the positive and negative outcomes of economic and political interactions. List all the key ideas on the slides. Appropriate illustrations will help the audience comprehend your ideas more effectively.
  • Money laundering as one of the most critical financial crimes . Explain the mechanisms of economic crimes that occur in modern society. What criminal procedures are applied to deal with money laundering? What are the possible ways to reduce the risks of crimes against the property?
  • Short-run aggregate supply and long-run aggregate supply differences. Explore the notions. What do they mean? How are they familiar? To make your presentation more professional, use slides. Demonstrate the correlation of short-run aggregate supply and long-run aggregate supply curves on the graph.
  • Keynesian economics . Briefly introduce John Maynard Keynes. What were his economic approaches? Illustrate his models (the liquidity trap, IS-LM plot, Keynes–Samuelson cross). Highlight the significance of Keynesian discoveries for modern economics.

📊 Macroeconomics Topics for Project

  • The costs and benefits of incurring an annual federal budget deficit.
  • Cause and effects of the mortgage crisis.
  • The effects of the introduction of the national minimum wage on employment.
  • GDP growth rate and economic future of the United States.
  • Alternative policies towards the exchange rate.
  • Economic tools: alcohol abuse problem-solving.
  • Optimizing production in the food industry.
  • Automatic economic stabilizers.
  • Methods of sustainable economic development.
  • The role of China and the USA for the international economy. Compare and contrast the impact of both countries for global economic development.
  • Strategies to overcome economic recession . Develop your ways to deal with economic obstacles. How to be ready for a financial crisis? How to reduce the negative consequences of the recession? State your ideas clearly and structure them wisely.
  • Ways to reduce the unemployment level . Examine the causes and effects of unemployment. What would be possible mechanisms of dealing with the issue of lack of working places in a country? Explore the concept of the natural unemployment level and consider it while developing your project.
  • Business establishment. Imagine you are planning to open a company. Applying economic concepts, develop a business plan for your enterprise. Organize the funds’ distribution within a company. What macroeconomic concepts should be used for this project

A business establishment is a location where a business is conducted.

  • Inflation vs. deflation. Investigate the positive and negative sides of inflation and deflation. What causes more harm to the national economy? Develop a strategic plan of dealing with the obstacles of inflation and deflation.
  • Overconsumption of goods: beneficial for the producers, bad for the environment. Comment on the problem of unreasonable goods’ purchases. Why don’t people consider the lack of environmental resources while buying useless stuff? Develop a mechanism to control the consumption of the products to save the environment.

👩‍💻 Macroeconomics Topics for Research

  • Different forms of currency regimes and their impact on economic determinants.
  • The implications of internet-banking on bank profitability.
  • The trickle-down economics definition and aspects .
  • Effects of increasing interest rates in Africa.
  • The structure, history, and activities of the World Bank.
  • Analysis of economic indicators for the United States and South Korea.
  • The impact of demographic fluctuations within a country on its economic performance.
  • The importance of the governmental support of small and medium businesses.
  • The causes of economic inequality, poverty of underdeveloped countries.
  • Macroeconomic implications of the healthcare sector development.
  • The real exchange rate and the nominal exchange rate. Conduct research and analyze the differences between real and nominal exchange rates. What are the reasons for utilizing a real exchange rate? Support your ideas with arguments and appropriate examples.
  • Theory of effective demand. Explore the significance of a balanced demand for the global economy. What place does Keynesianism take in this theory? For convenience, demonstrate your findings in the graphs.
  • The bright future of the economy of ASEAN countries . Explain how the ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations) can become a leading economic force globally. What opportunities and benefits do these countries have? Using economic thinking, suggest the right direction for the economic growth of ASEAN countries.

ASEAN is fast becoming a major economic force in Asia.

  • How the Coronavirus outbreak affected stock prices and growth expectations? The worldwide pandemic noticeably weakened international economic performance. Discuss the adverse effects of COVID-19 on stock prices. What strategies did the governments implement to maintain a stable financial situation in a country?
  • The impact of immigration on the national economy. What are the positive and negative effects of immigration? Develop an economic strategy to reduce the drawback of immigration on the national economy and maximize the benefits.

✍️ Macroeconomics Topics for Term Paper

  • Unemployment rate as the most prominent national economy challenge .
  • The nation’s budget deficit and how it relates to economic theory and crisis .
  • Market elasticity in the banking industry.
  • Minimum wages and their effects on the hospitality industry .
  • New liquidity standards and implications.
  • Corporate entrepreneurship and new business venturing.
  • Economic factors on the stock market.
  • The threat of Norwegian commercial banks for the economic stability of a country.
  • Indicators of the upcoming recession and the strategies to prevent it.
  • Influence of consumers’ tastes and preferences on market growth.
  • The economy of France: five key macroeconomic variables . Provide a brief background of France’s economy and the overview of five variables. Analyze of the country’s economy. What would be some possible policy recommendations? Provide graphs, charts, or tables if necessary.
  • Strategies for raising the country’s per capita gross domestic product. Explore the possible ways to increase the GDP per capita. How will the rise of GDP stimulate the country’s economic growth? Provide clear arguments to support your opinion.
  • The benefits of investments in innovative technologies . Explain why business owners should invest in innovations. How will it help them to increase the profitability of the companies? Examine the future of economics. Will the high-quality production be possible without modern technologies?
  • Profit maximization strategies. Analyze the existing ways of maximizing the firms’ profit. What are the benefits and drawbacks of these strategies? Develop your profit-maximizing method. What macroeconomic principles and theories would you use for it? State your ideas clearly and provide examples to support your position.

A classic profit-maximizing strategy is skim pricing.

  • Globalization: an opportunity or a threat to the international economy? Analyze the positive and negative effects of globalization. What obstacles does globalization cause to small entrepreneurial organizations? How does globalization influence huge corporations? Present bright examples to solidify your ideas.

🔥 20 More Hot Topics in Macroeconomics

Did you look through our ideas and still unsure of which one to select? Then, take a look at the following section. Here, you can find the most popular and effective macroeconomics paper topics. Use one of the ideas from this list, and don’t worry that it will be inappropriate.

  • International political economy perspectives.
  • An invisible network of demand and supply.
  • Factors affecting marketing and production decisions.
  • The impact of monetary policy on economic stabilization.
  • Behavioral finance and economics.
  • Elasticity and its crucial role in business development.
  • Sustainability and trends of the global trade imbalance.
  • Financial economics for infrastructure and fiscal policy.
  • The ways to increase the stockholders’ equities after the settlement of liabilities.
  • Core-Econ: what economic data offers this online platform?
  • The causes and effects of inflationary and deflationary gaps.
  • The most effective ways to reach market equilibrium.
  • The application of the macroeconomic concepts in real-life situations.
  • Price discrimination problem. Introduce the phenomenon of price discrimination in the modern economic environment. What are the causes of the problem? What are the possible solutions? After the problem is solved, suggest future directions to prevent further concerns about price discrimination.
  • The impact of the governmental regulations on the national economy. This is a topic of multiple-purpose. Are you searching for an idea for a term paper, presentation, or a capstone project? Then use this topic. It is quite relatable and offers a wide variety of sources to explore.
  • The impact of biology progress on economic growth . Explain how biological innovations improve the production capacities of firms. What impact do such changes have on the healthcare, food, and agricultural industries? Refer to statistical data from reliable sources to support your ideas.
  • Economic ethics . Analyze the progress of economic ethics from middle ages to contemporary times. Why is the following of moral rules while developing a business essential? Provide solid arguments and clear examples to prove your position.
  • The importance of GDP for investors. Explain how investors make their decisions based on the GDP of a country. What factors do the investors take into consideration while investing money?

Investors pay attention to the GDP because it can affect the stock market.

  • Unemployment and inflation rates correlation. Explore the relationship between inflation and unemployment in the short-run and the long-run. Why do the outcomes of their correlation are different in the short-run and long-run? Refer to the Philips curve line graph to demonstrate your findings.
  • Securities market structures. There are four types of securities market structures: – Quote-driven markets – Order-driven markets – Hybrid markets – Brokered markets Compare and contrast them. What structure is the most transparent and effective? How to minimize the risks of the securities market collapse?
  • What Is Macroeconomics in Economics?
  • What Are Macroeconomics and Examples?
  • What Are the Five Macroeconomics?
  • What Are the Four Main Factors of Macroeconomics?
  • Which Is the Main Objective of Macroeconomics?
  • Why Is Macroeconomics Important?
  • What Are the Primary Tools of Macroeconomics?
  • How Do Macroeconomics Factors Affect SMEs?
  • How Does the Study of Microeconomics Differ From That of Macroeconomics?
  • How Does Macroeconomics Affect Business?
  • How Does Macroeconomics Affect Managerial Decision Making?
  • How Well Can the New Open Economy Macroeconomics Explain the Exchange Rate?
  • What Can Civil Society Expect From Academic Macroeconomics?
  • What’s Wrong With Modern Macroeconomics?
  • What Does the Entrepreneurial Problem Reveal About Keynesian Macroeconomics?
  • What Are the Consequences for Macroeconomics During the Past 60 Years?
  • Where Did Modern Macroeconomics Go Wrong?
  • Which Way Forward for Macroeconomics and Policy Analysis?
  • Why Does Macroeconomics Not Supervene on Microeconomics?
  • Will the New Keynesian Macroeconomics Resurrect the IS-LM Model?
  • Does Akerlof and Shiller’s Animal Spirits Provide a Helpful New Approach to Macroeconomics?
  • Does Macroeconomics Need Microeconomic Foundations?
  • How Macroeconomics Different From Microeconomics?
  • How Can Macroeconomists Use Microeconomic Theory to Guide Them in Their Work?
  • Macroeconomics: Should the Minimum Wage Increase?
  • Macroeconomics: What Are the Main Causes of Unemployment in an Economy?

🔨 Tricks to Nail a Macroeconomics Paper

You are likely to have a general idea of essay writing. A thesis statement, five-paragraph structure, and arguments with supporting evidence are all part of it. Your paper on macroeconomics will probably follow the same old formula as well. However, we found a few tricks that will make the writing process less complicated. They can be used for any paper on macroeconomics.

  • Find out the type of assignment beforehand. The structure of the project will differ drastically from that of the research paper. If it’s an essay, determine whether its an argumentative, informative, cause and effect, etc. Follow the structure If you need to prepare a presentation. Make appropriate slides to help the audience get your ideas. But remember to make the PowerPoint presentation professional. Use a readable font and suitable design to impress your listeners.
  • academic style;
  • suitable writing formats;
  • reliable sources;
  • proper citations.
  • Change the central idea. The first viewpoint that comes to your mind can be erroneous. Any piece of academic writing requires a thought-out message. If you’re not sure what to state in your thesis, search for another macroeconomic topic for a paper. And don’t be afraid of changing it if necessary. Remember, a well-developed central idea is a key to a high grade. So, take enough time to compose a strong thesis statement.
  • Research before writing. Macroeconomics is a broad field, so you have to make sure you see all the angles of the issue. Look for related macroeconomic topics or overlapping areas of study. If needed, improve your research question or change the perspective of your research. Make sure to select only credible sources. And don’t forget to cite them properly. Are you unsure about formatting requirements? Double-check the rules of the writing format you use.
  • Outline your paper. Any writing guide will tell you that this is a great way to ensure the logical order. A well-developed outline will help you to structure your paper correctly. Thus, the readers will get your ideas without any difficulties. Moreover, fixing it is easier than the written text. So, don’t skip this step. By spending some time on outlining, you will save a lot of time on writing.
  • Set out the size of each part. Remember that the introduction and conclusion must be shorter than the body. Moreover, the central part of your paper has to be divided into several sections. Use a separate body paragraph for each key point. A long and complicated text unit will only distract the readers’ attention. So, each part should follow its purpose and deliver the idea effectively.
  • Find examples . Appropriate examples always improve the quality of a paper. Firstly, the readers understand the ideas more deeply when the writer presents the illustrations. Secondly, well-selected cases establish the credibility of a document. So, you can use them for reference. But be careful. To avoid confusion, make sure you provide suitable and relatable examples.
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Even despite the fact that you can be a real professional in economics, it could be extremely difficult to find the appropriate topic that would be interesting for both, you and your readers. In most cases, it takes several hours to find the best microeconomics topics. Considering the fact that you have to perform a college research paper, create an outline and write your paper, the duration of writing may take up to 10-15 hours. …Can’t spend that much time? Consider these thrilling macroeconomics and microeconomics research paper topics, and save up to 4 hours!

What microeconomics topics are all about?

When was the last time you saw a student happy about writing a paper on microeconomics? What, never? Well, we believe, that choosing the right topic is already half the battle. If you do everything possible to find the topic of interest, you’d manage to decrease the stress from writing, and like a lot! What is the essence of microeconomics term paper topics? In fact, they make you study the main principles of economics from both, producer and consumer perspectives. Surely, loads of details are included, but we’re talking about the big picture, right? Let’s consider several microeconomics research paper topics

  • The balance between supply and demand. Are these concepts tightly bound or not?
  • Production expenses, price, and profit.
  • The essence of markets and competition.
  • Pricing and competition.
  • Inflation: essence, types, sources, consequences.

Microeconomics topics for presentation

Choose one of these microeconomics topics for presentation. Each would be greatly explained with the combination of text messages and different visuals. These topics enable you to make a presentation interactive, interesting and quite simple.

  • How does the stock market work? How do markets appear?
  • Opportunity costs
  • What is the meaning of the “perfect competition”?
  • What is the impact of supply and demand?
  • Is it possible to combine the private health care business with the state health care system?

Microeconomics term paper topics

As you probably understand, macroeconomics research paper writing is significantly more difficult to write rather than an ordinary essay, that’s why these economics research paper topics have to be complex and multifaceted. There is no need to stay focused on some specific features of any phenomenon. Analyze the whole phenomenon : its pros and cons, causes, consequences, conditions of development, possible ways of change, etc.

  • Activities of a competing firm in a long-term perspective: revenue increase, effectiveness of competition, simplification of business processes.
  • Impact of the 2008-2009 crisis on the small business in your country.
  • The containment of inflationary processes in the US and EU.
  • What are the most effective ways to stimulate purchases? Why do you need to sale your products on the Internet in 2019?
  • Finance vs. Nature. How to find the ideal balance? How to reduce the pollution of environment and continue the industrial development?

AP microeconomics topics

Need a fitting Advanced Placement Microeconomics topic? Let’s consider some of these in order to make it all easier for you!

  • The meaning of ‘opportunity costs’. What is the difference between explicit and implicit costs?
  • The Nature and Functions of Product Markets.
  • What are the main reasons for market failures? Is it predictable?
  • The problem of limited commodity availability. What should be done to reduce the risks of failure? How to prevent the individual lack of resources?
  • What is the essence of game theory? How can we use this theory in real life?
The abovementioned economics topics aren’t good enough? Find out the best ideas in articles and works of scientists like Hermann Heinrich Gossen, Carl Menger, John Bates Clark, Alfred Marshall, etc. All of them were real professionals in the sphere of microeconomics. Borrow interesting topics or just consider their works in own writing.

How about a package of great macroeconomics topics?

Still, loads of students who are not interested in microeconomics choose one of the macroeconomics topics . Those won’t analyze the activity of particular businesses but would focus on the behaviour and decision-making of an economy as a whole. In most cases, the authors of these articles are going to consider fundamental concepts like unemployment, consumption, savings, investment, and so on. Even despite the fact that the two topics of primary concern in macroeconomics are spending and saving, we are going to consider additional microeconomics research paper topics as well.

Macroeconomics research paper topics

  • What is the impact of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, signed into law by Donald Trump on the United States economy?
  • What is the future of the GDP growth rate in the US?
  • How to stimulate GDP growth in our country? Is it possible to increase our development and save the leading positions in the world?
  • US unemployment is at its lowest since 1969. Is it possible to continue this success?
  • What should our government do to minimize risks of the future default?

Macroeconomics topics for presentation

There are also a lot of interesting macroeconomics topics for presentation. How about analyzing the historical context? That would increase the number of available topics.

  • Laffer curve: the essence of theory, ways of use, successful implementation examples.
  • The miracle of Chile: what did the government and Chicago Boys do in order to create the financial success of Chile?
  • The story of Israel’s economic miracle.
  • International Monetary Fund and its role in the financial success of European and Asian countries.
  • How Lee Kuan Yew created Singapore’s economic miracle?

Macroeconomics term paper topics

Try those great macroeconomics term paper topics in case you need something more difficult to challenge yourself.

  • Banks and their role in the economy.
  • State regulation of the economy in foreign countries: main models of regulation.
  • Causes of global financial crisis in 2008-2009.
  • Main problems of the US state budget in 2019.
  • Inflation in the US and possible ways to reduce its impact.

Additional economics topics, for most persistent ones

You are already past more than 30 economics topics! Thrilled to continue? We too! There are dozens of great ideas ahead.

Economics research paper topics: general approach

  • What is the future of the US stock market? How to choose potentially profitable stocks?
  • How the stock market indirectly controls inflation and deflation in the market.
  • What are the main reasons for the cryptocurrency market’s failure in 2018?
  • What should we do in order to double the growth of GDP in the US?
  • How do banks work in the US?

Fab economics topics for presentation

  • 5 best ways to reduce the state budget deficit in your country.
  • Neoliberal reforms in the 20th century. Is same success possible in 2019?
  • Chicago school of economics vs. Austrian school of economics.
  • The anatomy of an economic crisis: various contributing factors.
  • Is it possible to predict and prevent economic crisis in European countries?

Challenging economics term paper topics

  • History of Economic Thought.
  • How to conduct neoliberal reforms in your country.
  • What is the impact of labor organizations in the US?
  • Is it possible to reduce the role of labor organizations in our country?
  • What is the future of economic systems in former Soviet Republics?

How to classify topics as relating to microeconomics or macroeconomics?

Loads of people don’t get the difference between these two concepts. If you are one of those people who cannot classify the following topics as relating to microeconomics or macroeconomics, we’ll simplify it for you. Microeconomics studies the basic level of different businesses and their cooperation with customers. Macroeconomics considers the most fundamental principles and concepts of economics.

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  • 1 Economic History Topics
  • 2 Macro and Microeconomics Essay Topics
  • 3 Healthcare Economics Essay Topics
  • 4 Socio-Economic Analysis Essay Topics
  • 5 Consumerism-Related Topics for Research Papers
  • 6 Public Economic Development Essay Topics
  • 7 Topics for Finance Economic Paper
  • 8 Essay Topics about Taxes
  • 9 Economic Analysis on Human Development Paper Topic Ideas
  • 10 Labor and Economic Growth Essay Topics
  • 11 Essay Topics on the Economic Theory of Employment
  • 12 Conclusion

If you have difficulties coming up with a topic for your writing – paper writing service is here for you. In the process of studying, you will often encounter the need to write an economics essay in various fields. Among the variety of economics research directions and a wide range of problems to study, it is sometimes difficult to formulate the research topic when writing essays. In this article, we will consider the most relevant and interesting essay topics for study.


Economic History Topics

The study of economic history implies a detailed consideration of the very phenomenon of science. With the help of historical and statistical methods, you have to study the links between modern economies and historical events, the economic marvel that affected the course of global economic development.

  • The Industrial Revolution: Analyzing the Economic and Social Transformations of the 19th Century.
  • The Great Depression: Understanding the Causes and Consequences of the Economic Crisis of the 1930s.
  • Examining the Costs and Benefits of Military Conflict on National Economies.
  • The Rise and Fall of Communism: Analyzing the Economic and Political Implications of Socialist Systems.
  • Understanding the Economic Impacts of Increasing International Trade and Investment.
  • Examining the Impacts of Imperialism on Economic Development.
  • Evolution of Currency and Monetary Systems.
  • The Origins of Capitalism: Understanding the Economic and Social Forces that Shaped Modern Markets.
  • Economic and Agricultural Impacts of Technological Innovations in Farming.

Macro and Microeconomics Essay Topics

Let’s look at the broadest scientific field for economics research. The subject of studies of Macroeconomics is the global economy. It examines the economic data of entire countries and unions, studying international economics. While Microeconomics explores the individual level in the context of an enterprise, small and medium businesses. It also discovers such components of the market as international trade, stock market, microeconomics of migration industrial organization microeconomics.

  • Fiscal and Monetary Policy: The Role of Government in Influencing the Economy through Tax Policies and Monetary Policy.
  • International Trade: The Impact of Globalization on the Economy, Including the Effects of Tariffs, Trade Agreements, and Currency Exchange Rates.
  • Business Cycles: The Natural Fluctuations of the Economy and the Causes and Consequences of Booms and Busts.
  • Inflation and Deflation: The Impact of Changes in the Price Level of Goods and Services on the Economy and Its Consumers.
  • The Factors That Contribute to the Long-Term Growth of an Economy and the Importance of Investment, Innovation, and Productivity.
  • The Distribution of Wealth and Income in an Economy and the Impact of Policies Aimed At Reducing Income Inequality.
  • The Role of Banks, Stock Markets, and Other Financial Institutions in the Economy and the Impact of Financial Crises.
  • The Impact of Government Debt on Economic Growth.
  • Exploring the Functions and Policies of Central Banks and Their Impact on the Economy.
  • Primary Economic Endeavors of the Geographic Area Colonies Lumber
  • Macroeconomic Effects of International Capital Flows.
  • Theories of Economic Growth: Analyzing Different Theories of Economic Growth, Including Endogenous Growth Theory and Neoclassical Growth Theory.
  • Exploring Methods and Techniques for Forecasting Key Economic Variables Such as GDP, Inflation, and Employment.
  • Examining the Different Types of Market Failures, Including Externalities, Public Goods, and Monopolies, and Exploring Different Policy Approaches for Addressing Market Failures.
  • Investigating How Firms Produce Goods and Services and Exploring How Production Costs Impact Market Outcomes.
  • Analyzing the Conditions Necessary for Perfect Competition and Exploring the Implications for Market Outcomes.
  • The Economics of Oligopoly: Examining the Behavior of Firms in Oligopoly Markets and Exploring the Impact on Market Outcomes.
  • The Future of Work: Microeconomic Impacts of Automation and Artificial Intelligence.
  • The Economics of Education: Analyzing the Costs and Benefits of Higher Learning.
  • The Effects of Macroeconomics on the Housing Market.

Healthcare Economics Essay Topics

Healthcare economics is based on the study of factors affecting the cost of the industry as well as pricing policy depending on the current spending. This implies the economic research of complicated healthcare systems with the aim of financial analysis. You can choose to analyze patient satisfaction economics, international criminal justice, sports economics, and talent economics as important healthcare issues.

  • The Rising Cost of Healthcare: Analyzing the Impact of Inflation and Technology.
  • Examining the Economic Benefits and Challenges of Single-Payer Systems.
  • Understanding the Economics Behind the Cost of Prescription Drugs.
  • Health Insurance Markets: Analyzing the Role of Competition and Regulation.
  • Healthcare Workforce: Examining the Economics of Physician Shortages and Nurse Staffing.
  • The Economics of Medical Innovation: Balancing Costs and Benefits.
  • The Role of Prevention in Healthcare Economics: Cost Savings and Quality of Life.
  • Examining the Costs and Benefits of Investing in Behavioral Health Services.
  • The Economics of Happiness: Measuring the Relationship Between Income and Well-Being.

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Socio-Economic Analysis Essay Topics

Socio economic essay topics revolve around the analysis of key economic features, the causes and consequences of financial decisions, and their significance for society. The ultimate goal of economics research is to evaluate the social and economic impact and to detect malicious features that can undermine a nation’s economic stability.

  • Social and Economic Impacts of Unequal Distribution of Wealth.
  • Socio-Economic Implications of Independent Work and Flexible Labor Arrangements.
  • Analyzing the Impacts of Migration on Social and Economic Outcomes.
  • The Sociology of Poverty: Understanding the Causes and Consequences of Economic Deprivation.
  • Social Entrepreneurship: Examining the Role of Business in Addressing Societal Challenges and Inequalities.
  • Understanding the Social and Economic Implications of an Aging Population.
  • Examining the Socio-Economic Differences Between Rural and Urban Areas.
  • The Impact of Migrant Remittance on Economic Development .

Consumerism-Related Topics for Research Papers

This branch of economics research studies consumer behavior trends, namely the impact of personal economics on the common good. For example, some scientists believe that increased consumption has a positive effect on production trends. While other experts believe that such inequalities are unacceptable and adhere to the economic policy of sustainable development. A sustainable economy has recently become the center of scientific concern and a vast amount of economic essay topics.

  • The Psychology of Consumerism: Understanding the Emotional Drivers Behind Shopping Habits.
  • Sustainable Consumerism: Examining the Economic and Environmental Impacts of Ethical Consumption.
  • Analyzing the Influence of Marketing on Purchasing Decisions.
  • Examining the Economic Costs and Social Consequences of Overconsumption.
  • The Economics of Branding: Understanding the Value of Brand Names and Logos.
  • The Sharing Economy: Analyzing the Economic Impacts of Collaborative Consumption.
  • The Rise of E-commerce: Examining the Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Shopping.
  • The Consumer Society: Analyzing the Role of Materialism in Modern Culture.
  • The Future of Consumerism: Exploring Emerging Trends and Their Economic Implications.

Public Economic Development Essay Topics

If you’re choosing public development as your economics essay subject, you should include an economic evaluation of basic concepts that are related to social welfare. This area may include the city’s economy comparative analysis as a part of urban economics, law enforcement studies, and many other social domains.

  • Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth: Analyzing the Role of Government Spending and Taxation.
  • Public Debt and Deficits: Examining the Economic Impacts of Government Borrowing.
  • Taxation and Social Welfare: Balancing Economic Efficiency and Equity.
  • The Economics of Government Procurement: Analyzing the Costs and Benefits of Public Contracting.
  • The Economics of Healthcare Financing: Understanding the Costs and Benefits of Different Payment Systems.
  • Municipal Finance: Analyzing the Economics of Local Government Budgeting and Expenditure.
  • Sovereign Debt Crises: Analyzing the Economic Implications of Debt Defaults and Restructurings.

Topics for Finance Economic Paper

Your economics essay in financial management is going to revolve around the system of planning and apportionment of funds in markets. You can choose anything from urban finance and aggregate economics to critical analysis of foreign direct investment in inter international economy.

  • The Future of Fintech: Exploring Emerging Trends and their Financial Implications.
  • Examining the Economic Impacts of Government Oversight and Policy.
  • Investment Banking: Analyzing the Economics of Securities Underwriting and Capital Raising.
  • The Economics of Real Estate Investment: Understanding Property Markets and Valuations.
  • Risk Management: Examining the Economics of Hedging Strategies and Portfolio Diversification.
  • Financial Markets and Globalization: Analyzing the Economic Implications of International Capital Flows.
  • The Economics of Venture Capital: Understanding the Role of Risk Capital in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Essay Topics about Taxes

Economic essay topics about taxes imply a comparative analysis of different taxation systems. Research on this topic will concern not only the tax system itself but also the study of bypass schemes, offshore zones, and other tricks. One example of intriguing economics topics is the study of the detrimental effects of taxes on ecology, as the problems of environmental protection remain unresolved.

  • Examining the Relationship between Government Revenue and Entrepreneurship.
  • The Costs and Benefits of Different Tax Systems.
  • The Ethics of Taxation: Analyzing the Social and Economic Implications of Taxation on Income Distribution.
  • Understanding the Economics of Offshore Tax Evasion and Avoidance.
  • The History of Taxation: Examining the Evolution of Taxation Systems from Ancient Times to the Present.
  • The Economic Impacts of Taxes on Carbon Emissions and Pollution.
  • Impacts of Sales Tax and Value-Added Tax on Consumer Behavior.


Economic Analysis on Human Development Paper Topic Ideas

Human development centers on the role of the public in economic convergence. You are supposed to concentrate on critical analysis of the progress of humanity, the level of life in developed and developing countries, track of economic behavior that leads to rapid economic growth, as well as the correct usage of scarce resources for general well-being.

  • The Role of Gender Equality in Economic and Social Progress.
  • Analyzing the Measurement and Evolution of Global Human Development.
  • Understanding the Cognitive and Emotional Factors that Shape Human Growth.
  • Analyzing the Role of Government Policies in Promoting Human Well-being.
  • Supporting Women’s Economic Empowerment in Fragile States .
  • The Relationship between Health Outcomes and Economic and Social Progress.
  • Positive and Negative Impacts of Technological Advances on Human Progress.
  • Exploring Emerging Trends and Challenges in Promoting Sustainable Human Development.

Labor and Economic Growth Essay Topics

Labor economics essay topics involve analysis of the labor force as an integral part of production. Among the topic ideas, you can study such economic problems as the correlation between population growth and surplus labor force in developing nations.

  • Economic Impacts of Freelance Work and Contingent Labor.
  • Impacts of Immigration on Labor Markets and Economic Growth.
  • Understanding the Factors that Contribute to Pay Disparities between Men and Women.
  • The Role of Unions in the Labor Market.
  • Examining the Economic Impacts of Minimum Wage Laws on Employment and Wages.
  • Labor Mobility: Understanding the Impacts of Labor Migration on Regional and National Labor Markets.
  • The Economics of Discrimination: Impacts of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender on Labor Market Outcomes.
  • Technological and Demographic Change on the Labor Market.

Essay Topics on the Economic Theory of Employment

Economics topics that consider the theory of employment study the decisions in the field of the labor force. In the coursework of research, you may study the services that individuals provide, the benefits of a cashless economy and its payment methods, and which role statistical data play in fulfilling the labor market needs.

  • Analyzing the Impacts of Technological and Demographic Changes on Employment.
  • Factors that Contribute to Employment Growth.
  • Economic Benefits in Attracting and Retaining Employees.
  • Examining the Economic Impacts of Employment Policies and Programs.
  • Understanding the Impacts of Workplace Environment and Culture on Employee Performance.
  • Impacts of Aging Populations and Retirement Trends on the Labor Market.
  • Capitalism and the Use of Disaster to Increase Economic Power .

Whatever topic you choose for your economics research, make sure it is within your field of interest. Scientific work always goes smoothly when you are motivated to bring newness to the underlying concepts. We wish you good luck with this difficult choice, as all economics essay topics are fascinating, and your task as a research paper writer is to bring your individual perspective to science.

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Microeconomic topics to write about are becoming rare to find nowadays. One can even equate this scenario to the shortage of masks and other PPEs during the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, students cannot present topics that can earn them top grades in class.

However, our expert microeconomic gurus have selectively handpicked 60+ topics to help students attain better grades. These topics will inspire you to think further and write even better ones for an A+ grade.

Before we embark on the topics, below are some of the characteristics of good microeconomic paper topics:

They should be of an empirical problem They should show causal or strong correlative relationships in economics They should point out the dynamic nature of microeconomics

So, what are some microeconomic topics that you can use for your next assignment? Scroll down.

Microeconomic Topics For Presentation

  • What is the impact of coronavirus on small-scale traders?
  • How to strike a balance between supply and demand
  • Is it possible to achieve a market place where there is ‘perfect competition?’
  • The functioning of the stock market and its role in the business sector
  • Ways of improving opportunity costs for start-ups

Microeconomic Topics in the News

  • The effect of working from home on the economy
  • Enormous consequences of economic recession on third world countries
  • Why people are not able to afford mortgage rates during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • How effective are inflation strategies?
  • Working options for salvaging collapsing economies

Microeconomic Research Topics For High School Students

  • How to avoid business bankruptcy for small businesses.
  • Is the minimum wage a significant result of unemployment?
  • Government policies that threaten the success of microeconomics
  • Should the government impose taxes on small business enterprises?
  • Discuss the Matthew effect and its relation to social involvement.

Microeconomic Paper Topics For College Students

  • Should the government fix prices for circulating capital economics?
  • Why is a monopoly killing small businesses globally?
  • The role of trademark and intellectual property rights in microeconomics
  • Why bureaucracy on customers and employees is killing business start-ups
  • Why market speculation is essential before venturing into a business

Good Microeconomic Research Topics

  • Advantages and disadvantages of permanent employee contracts
  • How to attain market equilibrium for developing countries
  • Are discounts and offers suitable for starting microeconomic enterprises?
  • How do Gossen’s laws apply in today’s market?
  • The economic impact of advertising on businesses

Microeconomic Topics for Presentations During Conferences

  • How pricing relates to salary when determining the minimum wage increases.
  • What is the best way of cushioning small businesses after a pandemic?
  • Why is it challenging to attain a positive inflation rate during a global crisis?
  • How the composition of a market affects its productivity.
  • How do industries survive during an economic recession?

Hot Microeconomic Topics For Research

  • The impact of changing demands on the operation of small businesses
  • Factors of supply that affect personal households and enterprises
  • What are the unique characteristics of the labor market of a town?
  • How the work market impacts an average income individual
  • Analyze the influence of buyers and sellers

Microeconomic Current Event Topics

  • How can the world revive the falling economy?
  • The impact of coronavirus prevention measures on microeconomics
  • Government reforms after COVID-19 that can help jumpstart businesses
  • The growth of online marketing and potential buyers
  • Ways of keeping a business afloat during pandemics

Interesting Microeconomic Topics

  • Discuss the law of diminishing returns in manufacturing industries.
  • Why McDonald’s model is a cause for monopolistic competition
  • How to lead a company from scratch to success
  • How to maximize e-commerce trading for microeconomics
  • Why there are many small-scale businesses over big scale companies

Microeconomic Theory Topics

  • Discuss how the theory of Consumer Demand relates to consumer preference and choice
  • Production factors involved in the Theory of Production Input Value
  • How businesses determine the number of raw materials using the Production Theory
  • Is the Theory of Opportunity Cost still viable today?
  • Critically analyze the Neo-classical theory.

Microeconomic Paper Topics Econometrics

  • How variables relate to each other
  • The principle behind econometrics in microeconomics
  • Discuss the intricacy of modern econometric techniques
  • Econometric software used for the manipulation of large amounts of measured data
  • Is it possible to achieve a general econometric equilibrium?

Microeconomic Paper Topics For Monopoly

  • How technological monopoly is dominating the global market
  • Discuss how natural monopoly is the new norm for businesses
  • Evaluate the positive side of oligopoly
  • How the government monopoly is killing businesses
  • Is a legal monopoly the way to go for struggling businesses?

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Topics in International Economics

PhD Skills Development Module, Term 2

This module offers an overview of several active areas of research in international trade. It introduces frontier topics, insights, and tools, with the goal of preparing PhD students to conduct independent cutting-edge research in the field, as well as in adjacent fields where ideas and techniques from international trade may be useful, such as urban and spatial economics, labor, development, IO, finance, and macro. 

The module will consist of 10 two-hour lectures. The preliminary set of topics includes:

  • Trade, FDI and financial frictions (Kalina Manova)
  • Global value chains and production networks (Kalina Manova)
  • Trade and labor markets (Gabriel Ulyssea)
  • Trade within countries and development (Gabriel Ulyssea)
  • Cities and development (Gabriel Ulyssea)
  • Spatial and general equilibrium spillovers (Kirill Borusyak)
  • The effects of trade on welfare and inequality (Kirill Borusyak)

Students from University of London universities other than UCL are welcome to register.


Lectures : TBA Office hours : TBA


We strongly recommend that students take or audit EC532 “International Economics for Research Students” during Term 1 at the LSE. This module covers baseline models in international trade that provide useful foundations for the topics course at UCL. UCL students can easily register for EC532, and Daniella Harper can assist with the logistics.

No formal assessment is required for this skills development PhD module. In order to fully benefit from the module, students are strongly encouraged to complete all assigned reading and participate actively in class. Interested students are welcome to develop a 5-page project proposal that they could pursue as part of their dissertation and receive constructive feedback from the lecturers.  

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  • Foley, F. and K. Manova (2015). “International Trade, Multinational Activity, and Corporate Finance.” Annual Review of Economics 7: 119-46.
  • Manova, K. (2013). “Credit Constraints, Heterogeneous Firms and International Trade.” Review of Economic Studies 80: 711-44.
  • Antràs, P., Desai, M. and F. Foley (2009). “Multinational Firms, FDI Flows and Imperfect Capital Markets.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 124: 1171-219.
  • Manova, K., Wei, S.-J. and Z. Zhang (2015). “Firm Exports and Multinational Activity under Credit Constraints.” Review of Economics and Statistics 97, p.574-88.
  • Bilir, K., Chor, D., and K. Manova (2019). “Host Country Financial Development and Multinational Activity.” European Economic Review 115: 192-220.
  • Berthou, A., Chung, J.H., Manova, K. and C. Sandoz (2018). “Trade, Productivity and (Mis)allocation." CEPR Working Paper.
  • Antràs, P. and D. Chor (2021). “Global Value Chains.” NBER Working Paper 28549.
  • Bernard, A. and A. Moxnes (2018). “Networks and Trade.” Annual Review of Economics 10: 65-85.
  • Bernard, A., Dhyne, E., Magerman, G., Manova, K. and A. Moxnes (2020). “The Origins of Firm Heterogeneity: A Production Network Approach." Journal of Political Economy (forthcoming).
  • Huang, H., Manova, K. and F. Pisch (2021). “Firm Heterogeneity and Imperfect Competition in Global Production Networks.” Mimeo.
  • Autor, D. H., Dorn, D. and Hanson, G. H. (2013). “The China Syndrome: Local Labor Market Impacts of Import Competition in the United States.” American Economic Review 103(6), 2121-2168.
  • Autor, D., Dorn, D. and Hanson, G. (2016) “The China Shock: Learning about Labor Market Adjustment to Large Changes in Trade.” Annual Review of Economics 8, 205-240.    
  • Dix-Carneiro, Rafael, and Brian K. Kovak (2017). "Trade Liberalization and Regional Dynamics." American Economic Review 107: 2908-46.
  • Ponczek, Vladimir, and Gabriel Ulyssea (2021). "Enforcement of Labor Regulation and the Labor Market Effects of Trade: Evidence from Brazil." Conditionally accepted at Economic Journal.
  • Dix-Carneiro, Rafael, Pinelopi K. Goldberg, Costas Meghir, and Gabriel Ulyssea (2021). “Trade and Informality in the Presence of Labor Market Frictions and Regulations.” NBER Working Paper 28391.
  • Donaldson, Dave (2018). "Railroads of the Raj: Estimating the Impact of Transportation Infrastructure." American Economic Review 108: 899-934.
  • Atkin, David, and Dave Donaldson (2015). “Who's Getting Globalized? The Size and Implications of Intra-national Trade Costs.” NBER Working Paper 21439.
  • Donaldson, D. and Hornbeck, R. (2016). “Railroads and American Economic Growth: A “Market Access” Approach.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 131(2), 799–858. 
  • Ahlfeldt GM, Redding SJ, Sturm DM, Wolf N. (2015). “The Economics of Density: Evidence from the Berlin Wall.” Econometrica 83: 2127-89.
  • Gharad Bryan, Edward Glaeser, Nick Tsivanidis (2020). “Cities in the Developing World.” Annual Review of Economics 12: 273-297.
  • Tsivanidis, Nick (2019). "Evaluating the Impact of Urban Transit Infrastructure: Evidence from Bogota’s Transmilenio." Mimeo.
  • Adão, R., Arkolakis, C. and Esposito, F. (2020). “General Equilibrium Indirect Effects in Space: Theory and Measurement.” Mimeo.
  • Adão, R., Kolesár, M. and Morales, E. (2019). “Shift-Share Designs: Theory and Inference.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 134(4), 1949–2010.
  • Borusyak, K., and Hull, P. (2021). “Non-Random Exposure to Exogenous Shocks: Theory and Applications.” Mimeo.
  • Borusyak, K., Hull, P. and Jaravel, X. (2020). “Quasi-Experimental Shift-Share Research Designs.” Review of Economic Studies (forthcoming).
  • Adão, R., Carrillo, P., Costinot, A., Donaldson, D. and Pomeranz, D. (2020). “Exports, Imports, and Earnings Inequality: Micro-Data and Macro-Lessons from Ecuador.” Mimeo .
  • Adão, R., Costinot, A. and Donaldson, D. (2017). “Nonparametric Counterfactual Predictions in Neoclassical Models of International Trade.” American Economic Review 107: 633–689. 
  • Arkolakis, C., Costinot, A. and Rodríguez-Clare, A. (2012). “New Trade Models, Same Old Gains?” American Economic Review 102: 94-130. 
  • Baqaee, D. R. and Farhi, E. (2021). “Networks, Barriers, and Trade.” Mimeo.
  • Borusyak, K. and Jaravel, X. (2021). “The Distributional Effects of Trade: Theory and Evidence from the United States.” Mimeo .

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  • Program: Essentials for Childhood: Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences through Data to Action
  • Adverse childhood experiences can have long-term impacts on health, opportunity and well-being.
  • Adverse childhood experiences are common and some groups experience them more than others.

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What are adverse childhood experiences?

Adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs, are potentially traumatic events that occur in childhood (0-17 years). Examples include: 1

  • Experiencing violence, abuse, or neglect.
  • Witnessing violence in the home or community.
  • Having a family member attempt or die by suicide.

Also included are aspects of the child’s environment that can undermine their sense of safety, stability, and bonding. Examples can include growing up in a household with: 1

  • Substance use problems.
  • Mental health problems.
  • Instability due to parental separation.
  • Instability due to household members being in jail or prison.

The examples above are not a complete list of adverse experiences. Many other traumatic experiences could impact health and well-being. This can include not having enough food to eat, experiencing homelessness or unstable housing, or experiencing discrimination. 2 3 4 5 6

Quick facts and stats

ACEs are common. About 64% of adults in the United States reported they had experienced at least one type of ACE before age 18. Nearly one in six (17.3%) adults reported they had experienced four or more types of ACEs. 7

Preventing ACEs could potentially reduce many health conditions. Estimates show up to 1.9 million heart disease cases and 21 million depression cases potentially could have been avoided by preventing ACEs. 1

Some people are at greater risk of experiencing one or more ACEs than others. While all children are at risk of ACEs, numerous studies show inequities in such experiences. These inequalities are linked to the historical, social, and economic environments in which some families live. 5 6 ACEs were highest among females, non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native adults, and adults who are unemployed or unable to work. 7

ACEs are costly. ACEs-related health consequences cost an estimated economic burden of $748 billion annually in Bermuda, Canada, and the United States. 8

ACEs can have lasting effects on health and well-being in childhood and life opportunities well into adulthood. 9 Life opportunities include things like education and job potential. These experiences can increase the risks of injury, sexually transmitted infections, and involvement in sex trafficking. They can also increase risks for maternal and child health problems including teen pregnancy, pregnancy complications, and fetal death. Also included are a range of chronic diseases and leading causes of death, such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and suicide. 1 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

ACEs and associated social determinants of health, such as living in under-resourced or racially segregated neighborhoods, can cause toxic stress. Toxic stress, or extended or prolonged stress, from ACEs can negatively affect children’s brain development, immune systems, and stress-response systems. These changes can affect children’s attention, decision-making, and learning. 18

Children growing up with toxic stress may have difficulty forming healthy and stable relationships. They may also have unstable work histories as adults and struggle with finances, jobs, and depression throughout life. 18 These effects can also be passed on to their own children. 19 20 21 Some children may face further exposure to toxic stress from historical and ongoing traumas. These historical and ongoing traumas refer to experiences of racial discrimination or the impacts of poverty resulting from limited educational and economic opportunities. 1 6

Adverse childhood experiences can be prevented. Certain factors may increase or decrease the risk of experiencing adverse childhood experiences.

Preventing adverse childhood experiences requires understanding and addressing the factors that put people at risk for or protect them from violence.

Creating safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments for all children can prevent ACEs and help all children reach their full potential. We all have a role to play.

  • Merrick MT, Ford DC, Ports KA, et al. Vital Signs: Estimated Proportion of Adult Health Problems Attributable to Adverse Childhood Experiences and Implications for Prevention — 25 States, 2015–2017. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2019;68:999-1005. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.mm6844e1 .
  • Cain KS, Meyer SC, Cummer E, Patel KK, Casacchia NJ, Montez K, Palakshappa D, Brown CL. Association of Food Insecurity with Mental Health Outcomes in Parents and Children. Science Direct. 2022; 22:7; 1105-1114. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acap.2022.04.010 .
  • Smith-Grant J, Kilmer G, Brener N, Robin L, Underwood M. Risk Behaviors and Experiences Among Youth Experiencing Homelessness—Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 23 U.S. States and 11 Local School Districts. Journal of Community Health. 2022; 47: 324-333.
  • Experiencing discrimination: Early Childhood Adversity, Toxic Stress, and the Impacts of Racism on the Foundations of Health | Annual Review of Public Health https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-publhealth-090419-101940 .
  • Sedlak A, Mettenburg J, Basena M, et al. Fourth national incidence study of child abuse and neglect (NIS-4): Report to Congress. Executive Summary. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health an Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.; 2010.
  • Font S, Maguire-Jack K. Pathways from childhood abuse and other adversities to adult health risks: The role of adult socioeconomic conditions. Child Abuse Negl. 2016;51:390-399.
  • Swedo EA, Aslam MV, Dahlberg LL, et al. Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences Among U.S. Adults — Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2011–2020. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2023;72:707–715. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.mm7226a2 .
  • Bellis, MA, et al. Life Course Health Consequences and Associated Annual Costs of Adverse Childhood Experiences Across Europe and North America: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Lancet Public Health 2019.
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Associations with Poor Mental Health and Suicidal Behaviors Among High School Students — Adolescent Behaviors and Experiences Survey, United States, January–June 2021 | MMWR
  • Hillis SD, Anda RF, Dube SR, Felitti VJ, Marchbanks PA, Marks JS. The association between adverse childhood experiences and adolescent pregnancy, long-term psychosocial consequences, and fetal death. Pediatrics. 2004 Feb;113(2):320-7.
  • Miller ES, Fleming O, Ekpe EE, Grobman WA, Heard-Garris N. Association Between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes. Obstetrics & Gynecology . 2021;138(5):770-776. https://doi.org/10.1097/AOG.0000000000004570 .
  • Sulaiman S, Premji SS, Tavangar F, et al. Total Adverse Childhood Experiences and Preterm Birth: A Systematic Review. Matern Child Health J . 2021;25(10):1581-1594. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10995-021-03176-6 .
  • Ciciolla L, Shreffler KM, Tiemeyer S. Maternal Childhood Adversity as a Risk for Perinatal Complications and NICU Hospitalization. Journal of Pediatric Psychology . 2021;46(7):801-813. https://doi.org/10.1093/jpepsy/jsab027 .
  • Mersky JP, Lee CP. Adverse childhood experiences and poor birth outcomes in a diverse, low-income sample. BMC pregnancy and childbirth. 2019;19(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-019-2560-8 .
  • Reid JA, Baglivio MT, Piquero AR, Greenwald MA, Epps N. No youth left behind to human trafficking: Exploring profiles of risk. American journal of orthopsychiatry. 2019;89(6):704.
  • Diamond-Welch B, Kosloski AE. Adverse childhood experiences and propensity to participate in the commercialized sex market. Child Abuse & Neglect. 2020 Jun 1;104:104468.
  • Shonkoff, J. P., Garner, A. S., Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health, Committee on Early Childhood, Adoption, and Dependent Care, & Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (2012). The lifelong effects of early childhood adversity and toxic stress. Pediatrics, 129(1), e232–e246. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2011-2663
  • Narayan AJ, Kalstabakken AW, Labella MH, Nerenberg LS, Monn AR, Masten AS. Intergenerational continuity of adverse childhood experiences in homeless families: unpacking exposure to maltreatment versus family dysfunction. Am J Orthopsych. 2017;87(1):3. https://doi.org/10.1037/ort0000133 .
  • Schofield TJ, Donnellan MB, Merrick MT, Ports KA, Klevens J, Leeb R. Intergenerational continuity in adverse childhood experiences and rural community environments. Am J Public Health. 2018;108(9):1148-1152. https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2018.304598 .
  • Schofield TJ, Lee RD, Merrick MT. Safe, stable, nurturing relationships as a moderator of intergenerational continuity of child maltreatment: a meta-analysis. J Adolesc Health. 2013;53(4 Suppl):S32-38. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jadohealth.2013.05.004 .

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

ACEs can have a tremendous impact on lifelong health and opportunity. CDC works to understand ACEs and prevent them.


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